• Vegan Vegan
    ( 3 reviews )

747-84 Kamihara, Tsukuba-City, Ibaraki, Tsukuba, Japan, 305-0055

Natural foods and products shop with an attached vegetarian restaurant. Has an English menu: brown rice, miso soup, vegeburger, locally grown vegetable, seaweed, and no-sugar desserts. No smoking. Directions: Take Tsukuba express line from Akihabara to Tsukuba. At Tsukuba station, go out from A4 exit, take the bus No 30 or 31 towards to Hitachino-ushiku, get off the bus at Dohokoen-mae. Tshukuba express takes 45 min. and the bus takes 15 minutes. Address in Japanese: 茨城県つくば市上原747-84. Note: kitchen may stop serving 30-60 minutes prior to closing, check ahead. Open Mon-Sun 11:30am-6:00pm. Closed Mon.

Categories: Vegan, International, Macrobiotic, Organic, Beer/Wine, Take-out

3 Reviews

First Review by qyburn

Absolutely Delicious!! - Edit

The desserts are absolutely amazing! I really enjoyed the pumpkin pudding. The atmosphere is relaxing, very minimal, and beautiful.

Updated from previous review on 2017-06-04

Pros: Delicious, Nice atmosphere

Cons: Little Pricy

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Delicious taste and variety of products - Edit

In Ritz'n you can find almost anything you need to maintain a vegan lifestyle. There's all kind of hygiene and cosmetic products, and of course food goods.
As a restaurant, the flavor of Ritz'n is excellent. I recommend the vegan burger, big and tasty. I could also satisfy my crave for vegan desserts. They make daily vegan cakes and cheesecakes, somewhat expensive but it was worth it.
And of course, as it usually happens with japanese restaurants, the service is very good.

Pros: delicious, vegan products, vegan desserts

Cons: a little far

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Breath of fresh air in the vege desert of Tsukuba - Edit

Having moved to Tsukuba to start uni this year I was struggling to find a place selling healthy vegetarian/vegan food or products. Having lived in Australia and the UK previously and being spoiled for choice in terms of vegetarian food, Tsukuba was a wasteland offering only the typical family food chains or meat/fish containing Japanese type restaurants.

Finding Ritzn was a breath of fresh air and a relief. They offer a menu of non-meat dishes, including an incredibly tasty non-meat burger that I could easily see myself eating almost every day if I was able to get there easily. Other dishes include pasta with a 'meaty' sauce, as well as Japanese style dishes all vegan, and all tasty.

There is also a small variety of groceries available including items that are impossible to find elsewhere within Tsukuba city as well as fresh local organic fruit and vegetables from nearby farmers which are all far superior to the normal selection available in supermarkets. There are also organic and natural cosmetics and other products. All in all the attached store is very quaint and has some really interesting bits and pieces.

If it wasn't so difficult to get to by any means other than car I could see myself eating here 2 or 3 times a week and I can't recommend Ritzn highly enough, not only for vegetarians and vegans but for anyone who appreciates great food made with high quality organic ingredients.

Updated from previous review on Saturday April 21, 2012

Pros: interesting and tasty dishes, selection of hard to find groceries, offer take out as well

Cons: slightly expensive, hard to reach other than by car

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